Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 162, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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THE YOAKUM DAILY HERALD
$1.00 Fancy Parasols....................88c
$1.50 Fancy Parasols, Only.............$1.24
$2.00 Fancy Parasols, Priced............$1.49
Finer Ones Up To $4.95. Now............$1.95
Fine Parasols Frames, Choice............50c
WHITE SKIRTING ~~
35c Kind, 29c; 65c Skirting 49c; and 75c
36 Inch Pajama Cloth, was 35c, now.......29c
Bass Bros Co.
The One Price Quality Store.
Mrs. L. L. Louwlen left Sunday for
Mrs. S. T. Bell and family returned
today from San Antonio.
J. P. Fink left today for Halletts-
vllle on business.
Mrs. E. Daniels and baby of Gld-
dings returned to her home today after
a visit here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hooper and son
returned today from a visit to Pales-
tine and Waco.
Miss Lois Fry returned home today
after an extended visit to Ft. Worth.
MUb Sarah Lyn Youngkin left last
night for Gonzales.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mohac and son, left
yesterday for a visit in Hallettsville.
Mrs. W. A. Wade and babe have
returned from a visit to Kenedy,
Miss Aline Crowly left yesterday for
Big Springs to visit relatives.
Vote for Frank Schoppe for County
Superintendent of Lavaca, the only ex-
soldier boy candidate in the race, son
of a confederate volunteer, a LOYAL
SUPPORTER of President Wilson, a
believer in equal right and clean
government. (Pol. Adv.)
FOUND—Two keys on a ring, one to
Yale lock. Owner can have same by
calling at Herald office and paying for
this add. t-f
Mrs. Frank Bucek of Runge, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
S. A. Brandi left yesterday for her
Mrs. S. R. Coleman and son returned
last night from a visit to relatives in
M. C. Driscoll returned last night
from a business trip to Houston.
Mr. J. A. Landry returned last night
from a trip to Houston.
Mrs. Willie Jalufka and mother,
Mrs. J. C. Jurach of Westhoff, came in
last night to visit relatives.
Miss L. B. Woodrome returned to
Gonzales laBt night where she attend-
ing Summer Normal.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Rose-
hud was in tho city tedsy from P||-
Mrs. T. W. Caffal and children left
Sunday morning to their home in
Misses Ophelia and Bess Mitcbel de-
parted yesterday at noon for a few
days visit in San Antonio.
Mrs. Chas. Busing of Shiner came
in yesterday and is the guest of re-
latives and friends.
Mrs. Josephine Proctor and children
of Waco, left for their home Saturday
after visiting a few days with E. L.
Dickinson and family.
Mrs. Phil Foster and baby of Del
Rio, who have been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cars-
tarpben, left last night for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Cole and Mrs.
John Merlan, left Saturday night to
visit in San Antonio.
Doing hard work in a bent or stoop-
i»S position puts a stitch in Ibe back
that Is painful. If fie muscles have
become strained, you can’t get rid of
It without help. The great penetrating
power of BALLARD'S SNOW LINI-
MENT will appeal to you most strong-
ly at such times, because it Is the very
thing you need. Price 25c, Me and
11.00 per bottle. Sold by Koerth.
*—— -o— -
The comfort kits must be ready by
the end of this week. The committee
•ski that those who wish to donate
towards these boys will pteale send
their gifts to Red Cross headquarters
SURGEONS agree that in cases of
Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the
FIRST TRTATMENT is most import-
ant. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic
is applied promptly, there Is no dan-
ger of infection and the wound begins
to heal at once. For use on man or
beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL AN-
TISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT.
Buy it now and be ready for an emerg-
ency. Price 25c, 50c, fl.CO and $1.50.
Sold by Koreth Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Welhausen
leave this afternoon for Colorado
Springs and other resorts of Colorado,
in the interest of Mrs. Welhauscn's
Tulley Hester, ticket agent at the
depot, left today for a visit in San An-
The Herald is authorized to an-
nounce the following candidates for
the ofllceB named, subject to the Dem-
ocratic primaries next July:
For District Attorney—
HORACE DUNCAN of Gonzale*
For District Clerk—
T. H. STREICH
E. H. HOUCHINS (Re-election)
H. F. L. MUELLER
For County Clerk—
E. T. LONG
- J. A.. SOMMERLATTE
For School Superintendent:
For Tax Aeseeeor—
RUD. VALENTA, Re-Election
EUGENE A. TURK.
For Tax Collector—
HENRY J. SCHORNACK
STEVE BENNfeTT (Re-election)
FRANK O. HAVEL (of Shiner)
For County Commissioner, Precinct
6 and 7.
J. J. KUTAC
For Countv Judge—
J. L. BOAL
W. F. HARRIS
For Tax Collector—
CHAS. T. SCHWAB
FRITZ M. GOEHRINO
THOS. M. STELL (Re Election)
O. A. LENZ
J. N. PACE
For County Treasurer—
Wm. WAGNER (Re Election)
For District Clark—
T. J. KENNEDY (Re election)
For County Clork—
O, P. BOX (Re-election)
For Commissioner (District No. 2)—
ANTONE W. JARE8II
For Juotiee of the Peace, Precinct 8—
H. K CRISWELL
for Pwblie Weigher, Preefnete 2 and
G. N. NIEMEYER (Re-election)
TO CONFER WITH .
The Commercial Club has called a
meeting of the farmers and cotton
growers in the Yoakum trade territory,
and the Yoakum business men, for
Friday night at 8:CO o’clock, the place
to be decided upon tomorrow, and an-
nounced late. The purpose of thj
meeting is to discuss the harvesting of
the cotton and other crops, and every
planter in this section and every busi-
ness man is urged to come out to this
meeting, and help devise ways and
means of handling the problems of
this fall’s crops.
Cotton picking clubs will be discuss-
ed, the labor supply for the fall, and
other matters will come up. Every
farmer who reads this notice is asked
to help advertise the meeting.
Minnesota has now the honor of hav-
ing a forty-pound cow. The purebred
Holstein, Bess Burke Ormsby 2C38C1,
recently completed her test with the
production of 42.31 pounds of butter
in seven days.
With this record Bess Bourke
Ormsby becomes the twenty-eighth
purebred Holstein cow that has yield-
ed more than forty pounds of butter
in a week.
Bess Burke Ormsby has a recoid of
21.31) pounds of butter in seven days
as a two-year-old with a yearly record
of 856.4G pounds of butter made from
17,935.7 pounds of milk. Her next
record was made at the age of 4 years,
1 month, at which time she yielded
29.32 pounds of butter from 553.1
pounds of milk in seven days. This
time she freshened at 2 months over
5 years and her figures for the first
seven days were 42.31 pounds of butter
made from 558 pounds of milk. She
Is running very nicely and will be con-
tinued for a yearly mark.
Her sire is Sir Pietertje Ormsby
Mercedes 186784. Her dam is Spring
Brook Bess Burke 98734. She was
bred and is now owned by E. C.
Schroeder, Moorehead, Minnesota.
$:>.00 IN (-OLD TO
CITY BOYS AND GIRLS
God has blessed this community
with a fair sized cotton crop this year.
But He won’t pick it, we must do that.
Many of our men are off at the Front,
making this country safe from in-
vasion and cotton pickers are scarce.
It’s “up to’’ the beys and girls of the
city to help and do their bit. The
price per hundred for picking will be
good and to add zest and a spirit of
rivalry among the boys and girls, 1
will on December 1st, 1918, give to
t tie city boy who has gone out and
picked the most cotton a FIVE DOL-
LAR GOLD PIECE. I will give to the
city girl that goes out and picks the
most cotton a $5.CO gold piece.
Doubtless every merchant and busi-
ness man in the city will make as
good if not better offer than mine,
unless they are rented out.
This offer does not apply to people
living in city, whose parents have
cotton farm in country.
Get a certificate from the farmer
you pick for, showing the number of
pounds you have picked and bring
them to me December 1st, 1918.
W. F. ADAMS.
GENERAL WHO HALTED HUNS
General H. J. E. Gouraud met and
smashed the converging German at-
tacks In the Champagne sector of the
new offensive. In defending the
Champagne sector east of Rheims
jbla men shot the Germans to pieces,
Buffering insignificant losses. Geq-
For various reasons we have found
it unsatisfactory to ourselves and
patrons to make fish deliveries and
from this time it will be discontinued.
At the market will be found at all
times the best and freshest in our
line and your patronage is solicited.
CITY FISII MARKET.
Cotton Starts at 30c—May Go to 50c by October.
One Bale Free to Every Customer of the
New York Bargain Store.
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BRING THIS COUPON WITH
YOU AND YOU WILL BE GIV-
BALE OF COTTON.
An actual bale of cotton will be presented to every customer.
N. Sache has opened a dry good store in the building at 214
Grand Ave; West.
He desires the public to understand that he is here to stay, and
is here for business. He is going to make it to the interest of people of
Yoakum and surrounding country to trade with him.
He will Convince You
He can Save you Money.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes and Hats.
Ready-to-Wear for Women and Children.
New York Bargain Store
214 West Grand Avenue.
A RED CROSS APPEAL.
This photograph shows a frock for
evening wear made on quite differ-
ent lines. Weight of many beads
and filmy material keeps the lino
straight and close. The bodice Is
almost entirely of sequins, shoulder
straps and bands holding a bit of
drapery at the back.
(A TRUE COPY)
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF MINES.
. This Is to certify that J. A. Som-
merlatte of Hallettsville, State of Tex-
as, is hereby appointed Explosive
Licensing Agent In Hallettsville, Coun-
ty of Lavaca, State of Texas, and Is
duly authorized to execute and ful-
fill the duties of that office according
to the Act approved October 6, 1917)
rubllc, No. 68, C5th Congress).
VAN H. MANNING,
Countersigned by— t
F. S. PEABODY
Dated January 2, 1917.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
t>y local application!, aa they cannot reach
tha dlaeaacd portion of the ear. Thaaa la
inly one way to cure catarrhal dealVea,
and that la by a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Demfneaa It cauaed by an In-
lamed condition of the mucoua lining of
tha Euatachlon Tube. When thla tuba Is
nflamad you hava a rumbling aound or Im-
perfect hearing, and when It In entirely
sloaed, Deafness la tha "result. Unlean the
nflammatlon can bo reduced and thla tube
reatored to Ita normal condition, hearing
a 111 be deatroyed forever. Many canea of
leafneaa are cauaed by catarrh, which le
in Inflamed condition of the mucoun aur-
’acen. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru
:he blood on the mucous surfaces of tha
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When a girl becomes a woman, when
a woman becomes a mother, and when
a woman passes through the changea
of middle life, are the three periods
of life when health and strength are
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in Texas would vtsaiuy jubt aa do the
Houston Heights, Texas. —" My
mother used Dr.
was in very ill
health, was all run
down and it seem*
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not get anything
to do her any good
until she took this
medicine. It did
her more gbod
than anything she
tried and I am
always willing to
recommend it to friends who need
a fine tonic.”—Mbs. Julia Stinson.
Fort Worth, Texas.—” I can recom-
mend Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
to any woman suffering from woman’s
trouble or nervousness. I was very
nervous and loosing weight so fast I
became alarmed over my condition. I
could not do any housework. A friend
told me about the 4 Favorite Prescrip-
tion’ so I tried it and began gaining
in weight at once.” — Mrs. Lizzib
Epperson, 1220 Gould Avenue.
Dr, Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is
not a secret remedy for all the ingredi-
ents are printed on the wrapper.
All druggists. Liquid or tablets.
Tablets, GO cents. Send Dr.V. M. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., 10 cts. for trial package.
The ladies of the Red Cross have
so far beenltble to send every Ycalcum
soldier boy away with a well-filled
comfort bag. Now they want to equip
every member of the Yoakum Machine
Gun Troop and they are asking you
to help with a contribution toward
filling these hundred bags. These are
our boys and we are proud to call it
our troop. Will you not hand in to
the Secretary of the Red Cross a
money donation or any of the follow-
ing articles, and in so doing feel you
have had a part in this good work.
The boys are leaving soon, and the
bags must be filled at once.
The committee needs Tablets, En-
velopes, Pencils, Tooth-brushes, Tooth-
past, Talcum Powder, Soap, Handker-
COMFORT BAG COMMITTEE,
By The Chairman.
Vote for T. H. Streich for District
Clerk of Lavaca County. 3 t
Try Thr, TJprnlH fnr Q Month.
OUR EQUIIPMENT IS AMPLE
No matter what part of a car
Is disabled, injured or worn out,
wo are prepared to make the
needed repairs or replacemnta
with promptness and skill. We
for all kinds of auto repairing,
are best advertised by auto
owners who have employed our
L. J. SCHWAB IN CHARGE.
Corner Irvine and Nelson Streets
SAVE. YOUR SHOES
These are times when it pays.
A Shoe Ilaif-Soied
Is a Dollar Saved
J. D. THOMPSON fe
Corner May and
THE SKIN fiEAUTIFlER
Tho most scientific and most wonderful
cla! preparation of the modern ago. It
Impart* to the akin a vel-
vety softness and delica-
cy which la delightful In
appearance and pleasing
In efTcct Used during the
day It Is a protection from
the Sun and Wind. In
the evening Its use as-
ic, SOo end ii.oo. or sent post pi
olpt of price. Sample for the astil
Ion. Tlntsf White
ers, 16c, S0<
sores a faultless complex-
le and Ft ' ‘
osh. All deal-
nt poat paid
Baker-Whour Manufactures Company
< Now enlarging its bank-
ing quarters so as to be bet-
ter prepared to serve its
ever increasing business.
We Solicit Your Account
Yoakum State Bank.
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